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Articles tagged Nieman Reports (60)

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Hu Shuli    February 14, 2014
“Compared to other enterprises, which make commercial interests the top consideration, media organizations should care more about their responsibility to social and public interests.”
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Qian Gang    February 13, 2014
“Fished out of the shadows, old news coverage in China’s media can provide clues to the family connections of government officials as reporters investigate their financial dealings.”
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Yang Xiao    February 12, 2014
“Am I doing enough? Am I pushing the line rather than just flirting with it? Speaking truth to power is the media’s reason for being, nowhere more so than in China.”
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Luo Changping    February 11, 2014
“Lacking a free marketplace of ideas, China does not have the ability to renew itself or ensure long-term competitiveness. The prerequisite to creating such a marketplace is to smash the monopoly of information held by the state.”
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Stuart Watson    June 6, 2013
“There’s a fiction perpetuated by narcissists like me that investigative reporting is the province of a few heroic lone wolves who use their superpowers to single-handedly expose and topple evildoers. Nonsense.”
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Kate Galbraith    June 5, 2013
“My personal philosophy is that if the Associated Press or the Austin American-Statesman is doing a story on a given topic, that’s terrific. It means I can spend my time doing something new.”
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Nicco Mele    June 4, 2013
“The future of news is necessarily small, at least in terms of building compelling business models.”
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Philip Meyer    March 22, 2013
“His early career with his hometown paper reminds us that newspapers were a natural monopoly in most places, and bad ones could flourish as easily as good ones.”
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Paola Antonelli    March 21, 2013
“Design is about people and life. It thrives on change and, as such, it is in continuous mutation.”
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Maria Balinska    March 20, 2013
“Once you relate to something, chances are you are going to be interested and engaged.”
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Kimberly D. Kleman    March 19, 2013
“If you rely only on user reviews to make your purchases, you’re on your own to figure out how to synthesize dozens of discordant comments. Does one super-negative review annul numerous glowing squibs? Do 10 positive reviews mean a product is likely worth buying?”
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Maria Popova    March 18, 2013
“But in conceiving of criticism as a value system for what is ‘good’ or ‘bad,’ worthy or unworthy, there is another, implicit shape ‘criticism’ can take — a celebration of the good by systematic omission of the bad.”
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Ann Marie Lipinski    February 20, 2013
“Aaron was, in a sense, the spiritual heir to the crusading editor. How do we encourage more nerds to be like Aaron?”
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Craig Silverman    July 18, 2012
Opportunities to debunk or verify abound, and the price for inaccuracy has never been higher, Craig Silverman argues.